Suprisingly good. I wish I would have gone here sooner. The lobster appetizer was huge. It was almost a meal in itself. The fish that I had was really fresh and the cheesy potatoes were worth every calorie.
Overpriced. Went here twice and both times dissappointed. the steak was overcooked the first visit and both times the steak was bland at best. I do not mind paying for good steaks, I go to Charlie's often and ruth Chris. They know how to make a Incredible ribeye
Prime beef, a comfortable atmosphere and an extensive, user-friendly wine list are the signatures of this upscale steakhouse..
With a decor of dark wood, leather upholstery and soft lighting, this clubby steakhouse has a warm, upscale feel. The menu's focus is prime beef (aged up to four weeks), from bone-in rib eye and filet mignon to New York strip drizzled with bearnaise sauce. Classic seafood offerings include lobster tails, steamed crab legs and wild Alaskan salmon; sides, served a la carte, include baked potato and chipotle mac and cheese.
Best steakhouse hands down. I'm 21 years old, and I have already eaten at almost all of Orlando's and its surrounding areas restaurants. I have to say though that this restaurant is got to be one of the best. I have been here quite a few times, and every time I go, I get exceptional service (even being a 21 year old). The food is amazing, and the steak you can cut it with a fork. The baked potato is HUGE and melts in your mouth. Their desserts are mouth watering, and the drinks, you get more than what you pay for. Yes, this place is a bit on the expensive side, but well worth it. Do look to pay between $50-$60 per person with a cheap drink (I do not know why it is listed as a $21-$30 restaurant). The staff is knowledgeable and extremely polite. Over all it is a great place to go out on a Saturday night or for a special occasion.
Not what I thought or expected. Saturday Night is our "DATE" night and it is a time in which we like to explore different environments, great tasting food, and good service. We are not shy about going to the premium restaraunts in the area ( Fishbones, Journeys, Seasons 52, Stonewood, Houstons...) or the "Hole in the Wall / Family Owned" restaraunts. What matters is the experience. After reading the reviews about Flemings, I thought it was going to be up there and become one of our favorites. It was nothing but a complete disappointment. It was a cookie-cutter restaraunt with bland decor, bland food, and unknowledgeable staff. My massive regret is that I chose this restaraunt for a special occasion(husband's B-Day) and they made the experience utterly forgetable. We both ordered the filet and not only were sections charred to a crisp, but I don't think they seasoned it. My favorite had to be the description of the speciality soup. The server's exacts words were it comes in a bowl and it's spicy. Wow! That server knows his stuff. All in all, the prices don't match the food and the experience.
Genuinely aweful experience.
Service was aweful. Not particularly slow, just bad. Waiter was intrusive, continually asking questions during our meal. Very inappropriate especially considering the upscale prices in this self-proclamed "elegant" restaurant.
I had the 16oz ribeye. Steak was overcooked and had a strange after-taste. My date an I both had gastro issues following our our meal (really).
The first genuinely aweful restaurant experience I've had in years.
Fancy Steak Houses. Steak OK but nothing better then outback, atmosphere-noisy, service-intrusive. Nothing special here and the service although attentive rushes you through your meal. When I interrupted one of the waiters explaining the wine list to ask a question he would not respond until he finished his spiel. Not what I'm looking for for this kind of money.
Expensive, but worth it!. There is quite a few good steakhouses in O-town, but this is one (if not THE) best. The ambiance is great, and the food is even better. Service is always attentive and the place is usually packed (make reservations!). The pork chops are perhaps the best I've ever had and the martini's will knock you down. Granted, none of this comes cheap (expect a $50 pp check, sans wine). Give this place a shot and don't forget desert - they're top notch!
It ain't all that.... This is steak house month for my wife and me. First was Ruth's Chris in Winter Park which was out of this world good. Next up was Fleming's-and we were disappointed. First, to be fair, I'm not a fan of the "bistro" concept(visible kitchen in the dining room).The kitchen is located along one side of the dining room and all the activity of waiters ringing up orders/cooks preparing food is open to see. If that's your thing then this may be more to your liking than ours. The steaks were under then over cooked. My wife thought hers tasted like the steak at Outback only at twice the price.The creamed corn was lukewarm and served as a glob-no presentation at all. Our service was not attentive-pleasant but refills and checking on us was none existent. We've marked Fleming's off our list and won't be back. Next up is Del Frisco's.
Great Food. Flemings offered a wonderful atmosphere. It was like dining by candle light. The steak was the best I have ever had. It was cooked to perfection, exactly how you request it. The sides were also generous. However it was a little pricey, but in my opinion well worth it.
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